MyLot Payout! How do you spend yours?

United States
June 30, 2009 8:56am CST
I think it will make sense to offset my internet cost a little. How do you all plan on spending your payout? Savings? Present for someone? Something nice for yourself?
5 responses
@stephcjh (32303)
• United States
1 Jul 09
I usually take mine and use it toweards the bills or the things we need also. It fluctuates every month as to where the money goes to. I use it to buy us things sometimes also that we may want.
@magnel (2263)
• India
30 Jun 09
When I get my payout, I will be spending it for further investments. I will invest in other program, so that I can earn more from that program.
@phyrre (2321)
• United States
30 Jun 09
I put everything that I earn on the internet into our savings account. We make enough to make ends meet currently, but it's nice to have the little extra to put in savings towards any unexpected bills we might have or towards our honeymoon in a couple years or whatever else we might need it on. The way we're going, my hubby's car keeps needing to be fixed, I just bought a new car, things keep needing repairing, etc, so that money is looking better and better every second!
• Philippines
30 Jun 09
As for me, I am planning to use my payout for our travel abroad. My husband and I have a plan to bring our son to Hongkong Disneyland by mid next year. This is our plan even before I learned of any income opportunities in the net. And now that I am into it, I thought that maybe I can accummulate that big amount that we can use for our travel. I hope so. . Anyways, the travel is still next year and I am a member of a lot of sites already.
@khayshenz (1384)
• United States
30 Jun 09
It's going to paypal. Yeah I know - it's not even moving out of there. It's staying there to pay for my paypal debt. You see - i'm trying to pay off my debt. That's why I need to supplement my income. I don't wanna bring debt into marriage. And at this point - I don't really know how long it'll take me to payoff ALL my credit card debt. So no real relief for me. Well actually there's a lil' bit there. Thank goodness!